Moist Meatloaf without tomato

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Marlene2

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Hi - I have been scanning the internet looking for a good meatloaf that doesn't have any tomato product in it - be it the sauce or whatever. My husband has high potassium so cannot have tomato. Can't seem to come up with anything interesting. Does anyone out there have a good recipe I could use? Thanks
 

Alix

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Can he have bacon and cheese? We LOVE the bacon cheeseburger meatloaf recipe I got from here. I've modified it a bit so if you want it I'll post it here.
 

Alix

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OK, so I add an egg to my burger, add whatever you use as a binder (oatmeal, cracker crumbs, bread crumbs whatever) and add some salt and pepper and onion powder. Spread this on a piece of waxed paper so you can roll it up later.

Cook diced bacon (about 1/2 lb), drain and spread it all over the burger stuff. Add the grated cheese (about 1 cup cheddar) and roll up like a jelly roll. Place on a cookie sheet or in a loaf pan.

Bake at 350 for 40 minutes to an hour.
 

Alix

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We serve the slices with ketchup and mustard as you like but you can do whatever else works. Enjoy!
 

Andy M.

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The bacon cheeseburger meatloaf recipe is a very good one and worth a try.

Also, you can omit the tomato from any meatloaf recipe and use other veggies to help maintain a moist meatloaf. Bell peppers, onions and mushrooms have lots of moisture.
 

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